- Nov. 30, 2016
-- The Michigan Manufacturing Technology Center (The Center) has announced the addition of Bryan Luxon to its Business Solutions team. Luxon was named Senior Business Solutions Manager for the northern Metro Detroit region. The hiring announcement was made by Michael Coast, President of The Center.
"It can be difficult for small to medium-sized manufacturers to identify where the biggest opportunities for improvement exist," said Coast. "Bryan will help answer the needs of manufacturers throughout Shiawassee, Genesee, Lapeer and St. Clair counties. Our Business Solutions team, including Bryan Luxon, can connect Michigan's manufacturers with The Center's consultants who will provide the best practices and technologies available."
In his new position, Luxon will pinpoint the areas where manufacturers need improvement—
ultimately enhancing both productivity and profitability. He brings 12 years of experience in the packaging industry and another 13 years in transport and logistics. Prior to joining The Center, Luxon was the Midwest Sales Manager for Sonoco Protective Solutions and specialized in automotive returnable packaging applications, cost-save redesigns with significant part-pack density elevations and Class A surface management. Luxon is a graduate of Oakland University and holds a number of postgraduate certificates.
Luxon resides in Dryden, Mich.
Celebrating its 25th
anniversary, the Michigan Manufacturing Technology Center (The Center) is an organization dedicated to supporting Michigan manufacturers to work smarter, to compete and to prosper. The Center offers personalized consulting services to meet the needs of clients in virtually every aspect of their businesses. The Center is affiliated with the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and is part of the Hollings Manufacturing Extension Partnership (MEP Program). The Center also is closely affiliated with the Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC) with the shared goal of making Michigan businesses vibrant, driving GDP growth, and creating new and lasting jobs. For more information, visit www.the-center.org